Next year's iPhones will come with up to a 48MP main camera but no iPhone Mini variant

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Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently hinted that next year’s iPhones which will most likely be called the iPhone 14 (or 13A, if you’re superstitious), will come equipped with up to a 48MP main camera at the back. Not only that, but it seems that Apple might not manufacture the Mini variant due to poor reception iPhone 12 Mini reception last year.

However, the report did hint that there will definitely be two 6.1-inch variant, as well as two 6.7-inch variants to be unveiled. Other than that, next year’s iPhones will be getting an under-display front-facing selfie camera, essentially eliminating the notch at the top of the display.

With all that being said, do take every bit of information with a grain of salt, due to the fact that Apple has yet to provide an official statement on the leak. Not only that, but there’s also no news on the Malaysia release date, local pricing, and exact tech specs of the iPhones that are coming next year.

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